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Eine Hexe wird man nicht, eine Hexe ist man - und zwar von Geburt an! Die junge Coco wurde nicht als Hexe geboren, aber ihren Traum vom Zaubern gibt sie deswegen noch lange nicht auf. Als eines Tages unerwartet ein Zauberer in ihr Dorf kommt, kann sie ihr Glück kaum fassen. Sie folgt ihm auf Schritt und Tritt, und begeht einen tragischen Fehler... Band 3 der Geschichte um C Eine Hexe wird man nicht, eine Hexe ist man - und zwar von Geburt an! Die junge Coco wurde nicht als Hexe geboren, aber ihren Traum vom Zaubern gibt sie deswegen noch lange nicht auf. Als eines Tages unerwartet ein Zauberer in ihr Dorf kommt, kann sie ihr Glück kaum fassen. Sie folgt ihm auf Schritt und Tritt, und begeht einen tragischen Fehler... Band 3 der Geschichte um Coco und das Geheimnis der Hexen!


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Eine Hexe wird man nicht, eine Hexe ist man - und zwar von Geburt an! Die junge Coco wurde nicht als Hexe geboren, aber ihren Traum vom Zaubern gibt sie deswegen noch lange nicht auf. Als eines Tages unerwartet ein Zauberer in ihr Dorf kommt, kann sie ihr Glück kaum fassen. Sie folgt ihm auf Schritt und Tritt, und begeht einen tragischen Fehler... Band 3 der Geschichte um C Eine Hexe wird man nicht, eine Hexe ist man - und zwar von Geburt an! Die junge Coco wurde nicht als Hexe geboren, aber ihren Traum vom Zaubern gibt sie deswegen noch lange nicht auf. Als eines Tages unerwartet ein Zauberer in ihr Dorf kommt, kann sie ihr Glück kaum fassen. Sie folgt ihm auf Schritt und Tritt, und begeht einen tragischen Fehler... Band 3 der Geschichte um Coco und das Geheimnis der Hexen!

30 review for Atelier of Witch Hat 03: Das Geheimnis der Hexen - Limited Edition

  1. 4 out of 5

    ¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪SomeBunny Reads (Phoenix)•*¨*•♫♪

    I am enjoying this manga so much. I was originally drawn to it by the original and whimsical art style, but I believe that is not the only quality of this series. Essentially: I came for the art, I stayed for the story. About this third volume, I absolutely adore the character of Tartare and the blossoming "friendship" which is unfolding... I also like the way the plot seems to be headed and the fact that more the original mystery is being revealed, the more a new one is already being outlined... I am enjoying this manga so much. I was originally drawn to it by the original and whimsical art style, but I believe that is not the only quality of this series. Essentially: I came for the art, I stayed for the story. About this third volume, I absolutely adore the character of Tartare and the blossoming "friendship" which is unfolding... I also like the way the plot seems to be headed and the fact that more the original mystery is being revealed, the more a new one is already being outlined... seems like the author planned the story very well! Very intriguing. Can't wait to see where this is headed!

  2. 4 out of 5

    David Schaafsma

    Gorgeously illustrated volume three of the story of Coco, training to become a witch, with a focus on learning magic to heal the world. Her teacher, Qifery, sees that the ink jar she carries has been tainted/corrupted by dark magic. The sweet Coco has been having nightmares. . . maybe connected? Gotta fix that! Coco makes friends with Tartah, wants to heal him with magic. Friendships with follow apprentices grow. A lot of talk about various tests at various levels to become witch, and as usual c Gorgeously illustrated volume three of the story of Coco, training to become a witch, with a focus on learning magic to heal the world. Her teacher, Qifery, sees that the ink jar she carries has been tainted/corrupted by dark magic. The sweet Coco has been having nightmares. . . maybe connected? Gotta fix that! Coco makes friends with Tartah, wants to heal him with magic. Friendships with follow apprentices grow. A lot of talk about various tests at various levels to become witch, and as usual cool magical ideas. Pure fantasy with a girl in the middle of it all.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    Tartah, the shop assistant, steps into the spotlight this time as first it is revealed he struggles with a disability and then he becomes closer to Coco. Also, Qifrey has been bending rules in his quest to find the witch with an eyeball on his brimmed cap, but is he becoming increasingly obsessed, reckless and . . . dangerous? These storylines are fine, but the book suffers a trifle as my fave, Agott, is mostly sidelined -- though her brief scenes are quite good.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Romie

    this volume was so pure! Coco and Tartah ware so adorable, bless these kids, my heart!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    LOOOOOVE this series!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Justine

    My favorite out of the first three volumes! A mystery appears around Kieffrey, there is action, humour, magic, and I just want to be part of this group!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alyssah Roxas

    4.95 Great continuation from the other volume!!!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    Series Info/Source: This is the third book in the Witch Hat Atelier series. I bought this book. Story (5/5): I continue to thoroughly enjoy the story here. This picks up right where volume 2 left off, the young apprentices have rescued some villagers from a horrible accident but to do so they had to perform magic in public. Qifrey convinces the Knights to overlook this and ends up finding out that the ink Coco used to draw the spells is very strange indeed. Qifrey finds out that the Brimmed Caps Series Info/Source: This is the third book in the Witch Hat Atelier series. I bought this book. Story (5/5): I continue to thoroughly enjoy the story here. This picks up right where volume 2 left off, the young apprentices have rescued some villagers from a horrible accident but to do so they had to perform magic in public. Qifrey convinces the Knights to overlook this and ends up finding out that the ink Coco used to draw the spells is very strange indeed. Qifrey finds out that the Brimmed Caps are involved with the strange ink and decides to use this chance to contact them. The story moves quickly and covers a lot of ground, while being intriguing and engaging. Characters (5/5): I absolutely love the characters in this series as well. The relationship between the apprentices and the way Qifrey looks over them is very endearing. The mystery of the Brimmed Caps is also well done and I can’t wait to learn more about them. There are never too many characters and all of them have a lot of depth to them and are very fun to read about. Setting (5/5): I love the magical world this story is set in. We are gradually getting to learn more about this world of witches and magic. The world is well thought out and very creative and I have been absolutely loving it. Writing/Drawing Style (5/5): This is one of the most beautifully drawn manga I have ever read. It’s easy to read and very well put together. Everything about this series is spot on and just perfect. The story and illustration is easy to follow and incredibly entertaining. My Summary (5/5): Overall I really loved this continuation of the Witch Hat Atelier series. This series is beautifully drawn and has an amazing storyline. Me and my thirteen year old son both love it. It’s appropriate for middle grade and older readers and is quickly becoming one of my all time favorites.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Karina

    Rating: 5 Stars ★★★★★ Witch Hat Atelier is literally one of the greatest manga series I've ever read and I just want to scream about how AMAZING it is--everyone read this manga series, you WON'T be disappointed! The artwork is masterfully done, the world, its characters, and captivating magic system just pull you in even more with each volume. What made this volume a nice change from previous ones is the focus on different character's story arcs like Qifrey & a new character by the name of Tarta Rating: 5 Stars ★★★★★ Witch Hat Atelier is literally one of the greatest manga series I've ever read and I just want to scream about how AMAZING it is--everyone read this manga series, you WON'T be disappointed! The artwork is masterfully done, the world, its characters, and captivating magic system just pull you in even more with each volume. What made this volume a nice change from previous ones is the focus on different character's story arcs like Qifrey & a new character by the name of Tartah! As with previous volumes the artwork continues to be utterly breathtaking and everything from the paneling, pacing, development build in such a fantastic way! This volume just dives right into the story and captivates you with each page! I honestly would not be able to pick a favorite volume of this series, each offers something new and wonderful to the Witch Hat Atelier world! (´▽`ʃƪ) 💞 I adored getting more page time with Qifrey and loved the elements of intrigue and mystery to his story arc in this volume! The world-building is fantastic with the development to the lore, setting, and magic system as a whole. It builds in subtle, but great ways! The underlying mystery of the Brimmed Hats (especially the one connected to Coco) also builds a little more in this volume and I'm just continuing to put the pieces together with each volume! But, the way Shirahama is laying out this mystery is SO good, I'm having so much fun trying to figure it out! Witch Hat Atelier Vol. 3 just immerses you from page 1 and you won't be able to put it down! This series truly gets better and better with each installment and I can't wait to get to Volume 4!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This art style is just stunning and the story continues to be magical.

  11. 5 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Art and and morals behind the story are great! 👌

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine

    I love this series so much! And all the characters! I've got my eye on Quifrey though, WHAT are you doing.

  13. 5 out of 5

    honeybean

    Great series that only gets better. The art is phenomenal and the character development for the main character and her teacher is v good

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    After the fallout of Coco drying up an entire river, Qifrey discovers the ink pot she bought in town may be more than it seems. He takes them both back to the shop and questions the ink master, who realizes the ink in the bottle is the same on the dragon’s seal that he’s been examining for Qifrey. Coco and Tartah chat about different dyes and what effects they have on inks, when a mishap sends many bottles to the floor. He reveals he has silver blindness and memorized the bottles by their placem After the fallout of Coco drying up an entire river, Qifrey discovers the ink pot she bought in town may be more than it seems. He takes them both back to the shop and questions the ink master, who realizes the ink in the bottle is the same on the dragon’s seal that he’s been examining for Qifrey. Coco and Tartah chat about different dyes and what effects they have on inks, when a mishap sends many bottles to the floor. He reveals he has silver blindness and memorized the bottles by their placement since he can’t see their colors. Later, coco works so hard and has many nightmares to the point where she gets sick from exhaustion and fever. Albeit brief, Richeh and Tetia finally show some divergence in this volume during a discussion about the value of the witch’s tests Richeh seems indifferent to their necessity, and Tetia dreams of her future and all the things she will be able to do once she's a full witch. We also see a bit of a darker side to Qifrey, and he is very much an ends justifies the means kinda guy during the events of this novel. This really deepens the mystery that's been building about the Brimmed Hats, and it seems that it's not just Coco who has something to settle with them. The art continues to be a highlight of this series. There is more magic in this volume, and the illustrations of the witches casting are beautiful. There are also a few two-page spreads of landscape that make me want to walk into the page and into that world. Sara's Rating: 10/10 Suitability Level: Grades 5-12 Read more graphic novel reviews at www.graphiclibrary.org.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Maia

    I adore this series. Moral complexities are beginning to creep into Coco's magical world. Her teacher, Qifery, discovers that the ink jar she carries has been tampered with by dark magic, but he hides this secret from her, and also from the Witch's Great Hall. Coco herself is plagued by nightmares which interrupt her studies. But she also maintains her happy nature and true joy in learning. During a return trip to the magical stationary shop, she makes friends with Tartah, the stationary master' I adore this series. Moral complexities are beginning to creep into Coco's magical world. Her teacher, Qifery, discovers that the ink jar she carries has been tampered with by dark magic, but he hides this secret from her, and also from the Witch's Great Hall. Coco herself is plagued by nightmares which interrupt her studies. But she also maintains her happy nature and true joy in learning. During a return trip to the magical stationary shop, she makes friends with Tartah, the stationary master's grandson. She is also beginning to connect more strongly with her fellow apprentices, including the prickly Agott, who is now preparing for her second magical test. The art in these books is exquisite. I find myself lingering over the beautifully detailed architecture and the rooms full of magical equipment. Equally lovely are the scenes of open sky and country side. This series reminds me of what made me fall in love with all-ages fantasy in the first place and I can't wait to read more!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Delaney Felix

    I just love everything about this series. I’m sad to wait until November to devour Vol. 4, but I’m also SO EXCITED. This series is so wholesome and fun and original and I love the art style and the characters, etc etc. So good. Pick this up if you haven’t yet.

  17. 4 out of 5

    phương // e ll a ✨

    the artwork in this series never ceases to impress me also would 1000% die for every single one of these babies

  18. 5 out of 5

    Anika

    Reeeally enjoy where this is going! Looking forward to more :D

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ken Yuen

    Still very beautiful. Love the characters. Was surprised that there's a little sub story about dealing with a disability. Cool stuff, want to read some more.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Amanda at Nerdification Reviews

    The mystery of the one eye'd masked group deepens in this volume. I want to know what happened between them and the current ruling body of witches. It makes sense that Qifrey's on the cover of volume 3 as he stole the show. And as a big fan of Qifrey, I loved this volume. I didn't expect to get any of the character development we got for Tartah, the quill shop assistant. His struggles are similar to Coco and her inspiring him was some feel good storytelling. I blog at: https://www.nerdificationrevi The mystery of the one eye'd masked group deepens in this volume. I want to know what happened between them and the current ruling body of witches. It makes sense that Qifrey's on the cover of volume 3 as he stole the show. And as a big fan of Qifrey, I loved this volume. I didn't expect to get any of the character development we got for Tartah, the quill shop assistant. His struggles are similar to Coco and her inspiring him was some feel good storytelling. I blog at: https://www.nerdificationreviews.com Come hang! <3

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dakota Morgan

    Not a whole lot of answers here, but this third volume of Witch Hat Atelier does feature some solid moments, both dark and light. Master Qifrey pulls some shady shit! And then has like, an episode or something. I think that was an attempt to explain why he's so consumed with finding the funny hat folks, but it fell entirely flat. Meanwhile, Tartah and a sick Coco have a tender scene together where Coco uses her limited knowledge of magic to help Tartah overcome his "silverwash" - essentially, he Not a whole lot of answers here, but this third volume of Witch Hat Atelier does feature some solid moments, both dark and light. Master Qifrey pulls some shady shit! And then has like, an episode or something. I think that was an attempt to explain why he's so consumed with finding the funny hat folks, but it fell entirely flat. Meanwhile, Tartah and a sick Coco have a tender scene together where Coco uses her limited knowledge of magic to help Tartah overcome his "silverwash" - essentially, he sees only in shades of silver. It's really quite sweet and charming - just like the majority of Witch Hat Atelier! These books are just a pleasure to read, even if the overarching plot is a mysterious jumble and the art in the action scenes is bewildering. Can't wait for the next volume.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Ann

    This was a slower volume, mostly following side characters and building up dramatic tension. I love the world-building so I didn't really mind. I love seeing the problem solving the apprentices use to adjust their spells. Tartah learning to work with/around his colorblindness was heartwarming and the spell to reconstruct something distilled was pretty cool.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Les mots d'Arva

    Beautiful as always, but less explosive than the 2 first books!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dubzor

    This volume was really good. The character moments, the art, the lore, it all came together for a wonderful read. Can't wait for volume 4.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    I don't read manga but this is great!! I love the style, and the story! 😍 I can recommend this to all!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kayt O'Bibliophile

    Ohoho, the intrigue CONTINUES! We've covered a lot of ground in just three volumes--probably one reason I'm enjoying this more than I anticipated is, based on the title and the cover of the first volume, I had expected something that was more slice-of-life, but what I HAVE is a child who may have killed her mother caught between a rock and a hard place being used as a pawn by at least two different magical factions, while a third grows suspicious. And at this point, what I'm enjoying is that it's Ohoho, the intrigue CONTINUES! We've covered a lot of ground in just three volumes--probably one reason I'm enjoying this more than I anticipated is, based on the title and the cover of the first volume, I had expected something that was more slice-of-life, but what I HAVE is a child who may have killed her mother caught between a rock and a hard place being used as a pawn by at least two different magical factions, while a third grows suspicious. And at this point, what I'm enjoying is that it's so hard to say who's in the right. The series begins with Coco's introduction to magic--magic, that makes everyone's lives easier. It's cool! It's sparkly! It's helpful! Yet as she studies, we see that witches are just people with cool fashion and good drawing skills, TBH. And that's OK--Coco still has a child's innocence and that is enough for her. But as the reader, we also get a look into the adults of this magical world. The same forces that make magic a "good" and enforce the magical code are unyielding and strict, ready to wipe out any threat they perceive even without knowing the full story. And Qifrey, who comes off as a gentle nerd as he teaches his 4 apprentices, is spiraling deeper into his desire to locate a faction illegal witches who want to upend existing magical laws, to the point where he is willing to break the law to reach his goal. Also, WHAT IS UP with the trope of "person collapses and causes big scare only to find out they have a cold"???? Pet peeve, maybe, but the among of media I've seen/read where someone collapses and causes a giant scare just to find out it's just a cold...smh

  27. 5 out of 5

    Raj

    The third volume of this enjoyable manga neatly resolves the cliffhanger from the end of the previous volume, and apart from some ominous grumbling at each other, nothing more is heard of from the Knights Moralis, who I assume will be back in a future volume. But we are introduced to a bunch of new mysteries, and Master Qifrey is revealed to have his own connection of some sort to the Brimmed Caps and isn't above being devious himself. Our window on the witching world, Coco, continues to be innoc The third volume of this enjoyable manga neatly resolves the cliffhanger from the end of the previous volume, and apart from some ominous grumbling at each other, nothing more is heard of from the Knights Moralis, who I assume will be back in a future volume. But we are introduced to a bunch of new mysteries, and Master Qifrey is revealed to have his own connection of some sort to the Brimmed Caps and isn't above being devious himself. Our window on the witching world, Coco, continues to be innocent and delightful, and she starts to make a connection with Tartah, the grandson of the quill and ink seller, who turns out to have his own problems. There's nice little world-building touches, like the idea that the ban on magic that affects bodies is so absolute that even healing magic is banned; and how much the idea of witches helping others in their society seems to be taken for granted by those around them, and they almost stop seeing the witches as people, and just as things that make their lives better. It's continues to be a fun and engaging series and I look forward to continuing the story in future volumes.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Doc

    Coco is in trouble after accidentally unleashing powerful magic. The clues begin to form a picture as the little apprentice does her best to bring joy to others. The Knights Moralis, an order of wizards dedicated to the erasure of memories of individuals to protect and keep order, have arrived after the magic Coco used to save a man under a rock ends up affecting a much larger area then she meant. With the help of Qifrey and the other apprentices Coco managed to avoid losing her memories of magi Coco is in trouble after accidentally unleashing powerful magic. The clues begin to form a picture as the little apprentice does her best to bring joy to others. The Knights Moralis, an order of wizards dedicated to the erasure of memories of individuals to protect and keep order, have arrived after the magic Coco used to save a man under a rock ends up affecting a much larger area then she meant. With the help of Qifrey and the other apprentices Coco managed to avoid losing her memories of magic and Qifrey figures out a clue about how her spell went so wrong. Whatever may be around the corner it is apparent Qifrey is not afraid to dabble in forbidden spells in his pursuit of the Brimmed Hat Witch. Meanwhile Tartah learns a trick with Coco's help to make finding ingredients a magical experience regardless of his color blindness and in the background the Brimmed Hat Witch meets another of his kind to discuss briefly what to do next before we have to jump into the next book. Hopefully if you read this volume Coco's magic has filled you with joy much as she has for me. :)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Darcy Roar

    Yesssss, gooooood, give me that delicious & mysterious world history! I really like that the world uses the stereotypical witch hat to denote old school (evil?) witches from the new lawful ones, it's just such a pleasing tidbit! In book 3 we see Qifrey's obsession boil up & cause some harm, but still no explanation. We also get a bit more with Tartah (who is delightful) & see some of the ick side of a rigidly law abiding witches society (an excessively aggressive police force & internal prejudic Yesssss, gooooood, give me that delicious & mysterious world history! I really like that the world uses the stereotypical witch hat to denote old school (evil?) witches from the new lawful ones, it's just such a pleasing tidbit! In book 3 we see Qifrey's obsession boil up & cause some harm, but still no explanation. We also get a bit more with Tartah (who is delightful) & see some of the ick side of a rigidly law abiding witches society (an excessively aggressive police force & internal prejudice). It's an interesting move & makes me wonder if we're going to see a good guys/bad guys switcher-roo sometime soon (or if this is a countryside lawful-ish vs. society & fringe groups kinda thing) Anywho, I'm enjoying it immensely.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Coco's adventure continues in this third volume of Witch Hat Atelier! A quick read that added a lot of depth to characters, this volume didn't end on a cliffhanger like the previous two, but the plot has definitely thickened. If you haven't already started reading Witch Hat Atelier, please do so soon. It's a beautifully illustrated mash-up of Harry Potter and Miyazaki vibes, with a fascinating magic system and an adorable main character just on the right side of cute without being over the top.

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